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Monday 24 September 2018

07:30 - 09:00 EAAP Conference Desk
The EAAP33 Conference Desk will be available for registration and answering questions in the morning and during coffee break throughout the conference.
09:00 - 09:20 OPENING CEREMONY
Welcome and introduction by the President of EAAP, André Droog
09:20 - 10:00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS : Dr. WAYNE L. MARTIN
Winner of the Best Paper Award 2016
Impairment Effects of Startle on Pilots During Unexpected Critical Events
10:00 - 10:40 KEYNOTE ADDRESS : Dr. HEIKKI MANSIKKA and Prof. Dr. DON HARRIS
Winners of the Best Paper Award 2017
50 Shades of Competency – Challenges of Defining Pilots’ Operational Proficiency
10:40 - 11:10 Coffee Break
11:10 - 12:30 DEVELOPMENTS IN AVIATION PSYCHOLOGY & HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION
An Airborne View on Commercial Formation Flight Operations
Sonja Biede
Fatigue Risk Management in Aviation Maintenance
Alan Hobbs
Of People and Drones
Hinnerk Eißfeldt
New Training and Accreditation Requirements of Aviation Psychologists
Christian Czihak
12:30 - 13:50 Lunch
13:50 - 15:10 SAFETY CULTURE & REPORTING
Evaluating Airline Pilot Attitudes toward and Use of the Support Process
Brenton Hayward
A Comparison between the Reporting Intention of Australian and European Commercial Pilots
Kevin McMurtrie
Lessons Learned from four years of Safety Culture Surveys in Aviation
Barry Kirwan
Assessing Human Behaviours in the Context of Just Culture
Michaela Schwarz
EYE TRACKING METHODOLOGY
Monitoring Pilots’ Physiological Variables in the Flight Deck for Future Accident Investigation and Prevention
Wen-Chin Li
A methodology to objectively discover hidden time patterns in ATCos visual sampling behavior
Dirk Schulze Kissing
Pilot flying versus Pilot monitoring: Visual circuits during critical flight phases
Olivier Lefrançois
Eye tracking measures in pilots: a selective literature review
Sylvia Peissl
15:10 - 15:30 Tea Break
15:30 - 17:10 ATC/ATM PERFORMANCE
The Assessment of Safety and Human Performance on Multiple Remote Tower Operations
Peter Kearney
Enhancing runway throughput while maintaining acceptable human performance in Time Based Separation (TBS)
Adriana-Dana Botezan
Human Performance improvements at MUAC
Marinella Leone
Oral communication as performance indicator in control rooms
Carmen Bruder
Development of Screen Design Criteria for Air Traffic Control Tasks Considering Workload, Situation Awareness and Task Performance
Haruka Yoshida
DISPLAYS/ DISORTIENTATION/ RECOVERY
The effect of pilot expectations on misinterpretations of the artificial horizon
Annemarie Landman
Trust your instruments: Pilot’s Instrument Scanning During Spatial Disorientation
Eric Groen
Improving the Method for Upset Recovery Training of Ab Initio Student Pilots in Simulated and Real Flight
Stephan Bauer
The Sycopaero System: A New Operational Support System in Case of Speed Failure
Eve Fabre
18:00 - 20:00 Welcome Reception

Tuesday 25 September 2018

07:30 - 08:30 EAAP Conference Desk
08:40 - 10:20 SELECTION & VALIDATION
Relationship Between Intelligence and Performance in Undergraduate Pilot Training
Teg McBride
Ability requirements for modern military fast jet pilot training
Ole Christian Lang-Ree
A Psychometrician's Dream: Test Validities in an Unrestricted Sample of Future Swiss Air Force Pilots
Hans-Jürgen Hörmann
Validation of Computerised Pilot Selection System
Yuhan Lim
Spatial working memory and related prefrontal brain activity predict flying performance in Ab initio airline pilots
Mickaël Causse
COGNITIVE ENGINEERING/ AUTOMATION
Evaluation of Scalable Autonomy for UAVs in Military Manned-Unmanned-Teaming Helicopter Missions
Georg Rudnick
Concept for Satisfying Pilot Information Demands in MUM-T Under Selective Datalink Availability
Carsten Meyer
Establishing a Variable Automation Paradigm for UAV-based Flight Path Reconnaissance in a Military Transport Helicopter Cockpit: Experimental Evaluation of Cockpit Automation
Christian Ruf
Evaluation of a Scalable Mixed-Initiative Approach for Future Manned-Unmanned Teaming Helicopter Missions
Fabian Schmitt
Model- and observation- based Workload Assessment and Activity Determination in Manned-unmanned Teaming Missions
Dennis Mund
10:20 - 10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 - 11:50 SELECTION (continued)
Ability Requirements of UAS Operators
Wiebke Melcher
Exploring the effect of pre selection of ATCO trainee applicants based on online testing of general mental ability
Alexander Heintz
Performance and interaction in a computer based group task as a new tool in the psychological selection of Aviation and Space personnel
Viktor Oubaid
COGNITIVE ENGINEERING/ AUTOMATION (continued)
Adaptive or Non-Adaptive? The Benefit of Adaptive Automation for Military Cockpit Crews
Yannick Brand
Automation and Human Factors in Future Air Traffic Management
Ruth Schmidt
Killing Deskilling: Mental Training in Aviation – Benefits and Risks
Wolfgang Kallus
11:50 - 12:30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS : Prof. Dr. DIETRICH MANZEY and Dr. YVONNE PECENA
Flightlevel 13.500 and beyond: Issues of Space Psychology
12:30 - 13:50 Lunch
13:50 - 14:50 POSTER PITCH
14:50 - 17:00 POSTER SESSION
including tea break

Correlations of Flight Time Limitations, Fatigue, Employment Conditions and Airline Pilots’ Mental Fitness
Marion Venus
Initiatives for Pilot Mental Health
Karl Johan Klang
Fit to Fly; An Investigation of Aeronautical Decision Making for Pilots
Katya DeGiovanni
Task switching and cognitive lockout during approach and landing
Amit Singh
Thermal Comfort in the Aircraft Cabin – New Ventilation Concepts
Frank Zinn
Lexical Analysis of the Reports of Incidents and Air Accidents between the Years 2000 TO 2010
Vivian Gomes
The influence of anxiety on spatial thinking in the context of flying operations
Marta Molińska
Hypoxia and cognitive functioning – a meta-analytic review
Marta Molińska
Does Automation differ from Artificial Intelligence?
Charlotte Costantini Andrea Montefusco
Future Military Aircraft: Usability of Touch Displays in highly agile Jets.
Oliver Daum
How to connect Operators, Organisations and Automation?
Adam Balint Tisza
On the Validity of the Instrument Reasoning Test (IRe) – First Results for Pilots and Non-Pilots
Rebecca Fill Giordano
Relationship between Personality Traits and Decision Making Styles among Air Traffic Controllers: Mediational Role of Job Stress.
Samreen Arshad
Assessment of Behavioural Skills of Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel in Operational Environment
Jevgenijs Oborins
Construction of job stress scale for air traffic controllers
Samreen Arshad
Safety methods in aviation: To what extent do they address the effects of risk perception and risk communication?
Dimitrios Chionis
Anticipating Cognitive Requirements for Single-Pilot Operations in Civil Aviation
Anja Kathlin Faulhaber
The study of the Psychological Aspect in general aviation: the relationship between man and machine
Bianca Silveira Rovella

DEMO
Interlab Demo - Non-Technical Skills Training
Fabrice Drogoul

POSTER SESSION
including tea break

Perspective taking in a realistic task in simulated microgravity conditions
Virginie Bayet
Predicting Grit through Social Achievement Goals in an Aviation Education Environment
Austin Walden
Human Performance Assessments in the Context of Remotely Piloted Aircraft System Implementations
Yvonne Pecena
Attention, psychomotor coordination and personality among military ground technical personnel.
Katarzyna ŁAPKIEWICZ
Emergency professionals - A study to develop a Program to Promote Organisational Resilience
Alexandra Franco
Integrating hierarchical task analysis into model-based system design using Airbus XHTA and IBM Rational Rhapsody
Jakob Rott
E-health Training: An Internet- Mobile Based Service to Aircrew Peer Support Program Implementation.
Glauco Trebbi
DONT PANIC! Perform Complex Hierarchical Task Analysis with the Airbus eXtended HTA Tool
Alexander Rabl
Aeronautical Psychology: The Psycho-Aerotypes: a Study on Pilot Personality
José Mirabal
Clinic to Cockpit: Analysis of Aviator Grounding Periods Due to Psychiatric Disorders
John Heaton
Cognitive Determinants of Efficiency of Pilot's Behavior under the Influence of Visual Illusions
Michał Janewicz
Measurement of Mental Performance Change under Hypoxic Conditions for Training Purpose
Cynthia Schinkel
Personality and cognitive predictors of reaction time in pilots
Marcin Biernacki
Classroom Goals and Social Development Goals in Aviation Education Environments
Austin Walden
Modeling the Relationships between Automation Surprise, Automation Trust, and Degree of Cockpit Automation
Karel Hurts

15:00 - 17:00 EAAP BUSINESS MEETING
parallel to poster session

Wednesday 26 September 2018

07:30 - 08:30 EAAP Conference Desk
08:40 - 10:20 WORKLOAD & FATIGUE
Contrasting effects of work schedule changes and air traffic intensity on ATCOs’ fatigue, stress and quality of life.
Claudine Mélan
Subjective perception of workload and fatigue and coping strategies applied by ATCO’s in BULATSA Bulgaria
Elena Pentcheva
Effects of standby duty on well-being and work-family-conflict: The moderating role of self-efficacy
Panja Goerke
An Investigation of the Relationship between Fatigue and Flight Behaviors of Turkish Commercial Airline Pilots
Gizem Serin
Pilot Fatigue and Safety Events: Results from Analysis of Investigation Reports
Nektarios Karanikas
TRAINING & PROCEDURES
Towards a standardized method for training low visibility procedures
Ioana Koglbauer
Complex line operational simulation - simulating the wild!
Thomas Braunstingl
A Focus Group Study of Helicopter Pilots' Non-Technical Skills
Oliver Hamlet
Elite Expert Decisions under Time Pressure
Michael Vidulich

ACCIDENT ANALYSIS

Automation addiction as an important factor in air accidents. A case study.
Adam Tarnowski

10:20 - 10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 - 11:50 WORKLOAD & FATIGUE(continued)
A qualitative study of the effects of automation fatigue in the environment of satellite controllers
Veronika Burkhardt
Mindfulness Training for Crew in Aviation
Claudio Rojo Carmen Linares
ACCIDENT ANALYSIS (continued)
Integrating tightly coupled entities
Nicholas Carpenter
Age related incapacitation in pilots
Robert Walton
Do you think you know what they do? Why safety critical operators may deviate from procedures
Frederic Detaille
11:50 - 12:30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS : Dr. STEVEN SHORROCK
The Varieties and Archetypes of Human Work
11:50 - 12:30 Lunch
13:50 - 17:00 EXCURSION
Activity to be confirmed

Thursday 27 September 2018

07:30 - 08:30 EAAP Conference Desk
08:40 - 10:20 MENTAL HEALTH, MH ASSESSMENT & SUPPORT
The Real Heroes of Aviation!
Paul Dickens
Study of Psychological Well-being and Relevant Factors in Air Traffic Controllers
Yi-Hsing Li
Neurocognitive and Psychological Assessment of U.S. Air Force Pilots Taking Antidepressants
Joe Wood
Post Accident Psychological Support in the Brazilian Navy
Natalia von Poser
Work-Related Social Support and its Influence on Wellbeing: A Qualitative Study on Pilots in the Commercial Aviation Industry
Sirkka Jarlvik
HUMAN FACTORS IN COCKPIT DESIGN
Taking into Account the Systemic Character of Perception in Cockpit Design
Alf Zimmer
Development, Application, and Validation of a HMI Multimethod Inventory for Cockpit Evaluation – Demonstrated on a Newly Implemented Navigational Aid
Constanze Billeriß
Evaluation of Cockpit Controls for Future Fighter Aircraft
Johannes Kellerer
Elicitation of Knowledge from Fighter Pilots for the Development of an Adaptive Sensor Management System
Benedikt Petermeier
Experimental Evaluation of a Multimodal Spatial Display in an Aircraft Cockpit Context
Alexander Rabl
10:20 - 10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 - 11:50 MENTAL HEALTH, MH ASSESSMENT & SUPPORT
Attitudes and knowledge of mental health problems among aviators: A mixed methods study of pilots, student pilots, and instructors
Patricia Appel
Predicting Pilot Performance and Managing Risk - a Hybrid Assessment Model
Karien Stadler Colin Rigby
Exploring Successful Aging: Relationships between Age, Personality Functions and Successful Aging in Taiwanese Civil Pilots
Chian-Fang G. Cherng
HUMAN FACTORS IN COCKPIT DESIGN (continued)
Development of a Human-Machine-Interface for Evaluation of Automated Sensor Management Concepts
Lukas Katzenmeier
Connecting people around a dynamic system simulation device for the specification of the future HSI of the French fighter aircraft
Julien DONNOT
A400M connecting tactical air transport to “combat cloud” operations
Jérôme RANC
11:50 - 12:30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS : Prof. Dr. MONICA MARTINUSSEN
11:50 - 12:30 Lunch
13:50 - 16:30 PEER SUPPORT PROGRAMS
including tea break

The Right Stuff - Curse of the Modern Pilot?
David Fielding
Exploring the contribution of Peer Support to the Wellbeing of Pilots
Wendy Santilhano
Being a Good Wingman, Mental Health Among Pilots
Charles Curreri
Peer-to-Peer Support and Development Programs for Pilots: Time for a Holistic Approach
Gunnar Steinhardt
Connecting People, Organisations and Technology in Clinical Aviation Psychology: Possibilities for Psychological Stepped Care
Margaret Oakes
Stiftung Mayday
Gerhard Fahnenbruck

PARALLEL FOCUS GROUPS & WORKSHOPS
19:30 GALA DINNER
Location to be confirmed

Friday 28 September 2018

09:30 - 12:00 THE FUTURE OF EAAP
12:00 CLOSING CEREMONY

Disclaimer: The Conference Programme may be subject to change